Classical Poems


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John Le Gay Brereton poet What Of The Night? by John Le Gay Brereton
The doom is imminent of unholy hate.
Hail to the light that glimmers where the leaves
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Arthur Rimbaud poet What One Says To The Poet On The Subject Of Flowers by Arthur Rimbaud
I
Thus, ever, towards the azure night
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Zbigniew Herbert poet What Our Dead Do by Zbigniew Herbert
Jan came this morning
—I dreamt of my father
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Walt Whitman poet What Place Is Besieged? by Walt Whitman
WHAT place is besieged, and vainly tries to raise the siege?
Lo! I send to that place a commander, swift, brave, immortal;
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Stephen Crane poet What Says The Sea, Little Shell by Stephen Crane
"What says the sea, little shell?
What says the sea?
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Vachel Lindsay poet What Semiramis Said by Vachel Lindsay
The moon's a steaming chalice,
Of honey and venom-wine.
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Gerard Manley Hopkins poet What Shall I Do For The Land That Bred Me by Gerard Manley Hopkins
What shall I do for the land that bred me,
Her homes and fields that folded and fed me?—
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Emily Dickinson poet What Shall I Do When The Summer Troubles by Emily Dickinson
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What shall I do when the Summer troubles—
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Osip Emilevich Mandelstam poet What Shall I Do With This Body They Gave Me by Osip Emilevich Mandelstam
What shall I do with this body they gave me,
so much my own, so intimate with me?
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Emily Dickinson poet What Shall I Do—it Whimpers So by Emily Dickinson
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What shall I do—it whimpers so—
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John Newton poet What Shall I Render by John Newton
For mercies, countless as the sands,
Which daily I receive
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Robert Laurence Binyon poet What Shall I Say To Thee, My Spirit, So Soon Dejected by Robert Laurence Binyon
What shall I say to thee, my spirit, so soon dejected,
Unaccountably conquered, where thou seemed'st strong?
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Robert Laurence Binyon poet What Shall I Say To Thee, My Spirit, So Soon Dejected by Robert Laurence Binyon
What shall I say to thee, my spirit, so soon dejected,
Unaccountably conquered, where thou seemed'st strong?
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Francis Thompson poet What Shall I Your True Love Tell? by Francis Thompson
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What shall I your true love tell,
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Ella Wheeler Wilcox poet What Shall We Do? by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Here now, for evermore, our lives must part.
My path leads there, and yours another way.
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Katharine Tynan poet What She Said by Katharine Tynan
She said: Would I might sleep
With the bulbs I plant so deep,
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Makarand Paranjape poet What She Taught Him by Makarand Paranjape
Among other things,
to be as good as possible,
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Sir Thomas Wyatt poet What Should I Say by Sir Thomas Wyatt
What should I say,
Since faith is dead,
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David McKee Wright poet What Should I Say? by David McKee Wright
What should I say,
Since faith is dead,
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Hemant Shesh poet What Should Poets Do, With A Word Like 'Love'…..? by Hemant Shesh
The word called 'love' has been reduced to a very low profile,
And it will continue to be so, The bollywood calls it 'pyaar'.
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Nirmalendu Goon poet What Sin Would Redeem Me by Nirmalendu Goon
I have never tasted the fruit
of the forbidden tree,
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James Whitcomb Riley poet What Smith Knew About Farming by James Whitcomb Riley
There wasn't two purtier farms in the state
Than the couple of which I'm about to relate;--
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Emily Dickinson poet What Soft—cherubic Creatures by Emily Dickinson
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What Soft—Cherubic Creatures—
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Pablo Neruda poet What Spain Was Like by Pablo Neruda
Spain was a taut, dry drum-head
Daily beating a dull thud
5.27 1
Benjamin Zephaniah poet What Stephen Lawrence Has Taught Us by Benjamin Zephaniah
We know who the killers are,
We have watched them strut before us
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